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Student Wellbeing

The wellbeing of our students and their academic success are our highest priorities. We pride ourselves on the strength of relationships developed between students and between students and teachers.

Liddiard Road Primary has a strong, well staffed Student Well Being Team consisting of

 

The Student Support Team assists students in a variety of ways, including day to day assistance with school and out of school life where needed.
Student Support Team ensures all students in the school are aware of the Bullying and Harassment Policy and are available for any related issues.

 


 

Student Wellbeing Programs

Cooking

Once a week children from the senior unit are part of the cooking program. Ten students spend a term cooking on a weekly basis with the wellbeing coordinator and a staff member from the senior unit. This involves deciding on a recipe, some children shopping for ingredients, cooking and serving a meal. This has proved an invaluable exercise, with the children learning many important life skills.

 

 

Vegetable Garden

Our school has a vegetable garden that promotes healthy eating attitudes, exposure to new tastes and a sense of community and sharing the planting, care, harvesting and cooking are overseen by enthusiastic staff members and student environment leaders.

Marjory Cole Visits

Once a fortnight our junior school councillors walk to Marjory Cole hostel to spend time with the elderly residents there. These fortnightly visits are very successful in developing relationships, promoting social skills and developing a sense of civic responsibility.

Breakfast Club

A Breakfast Club is available on Tuesday to Friday, for the cost of a gold coin children receive a healthy breakfast of toast, fruit, cereal, fruit juice and Milo.  Breakfast will be served from 8.15 through to the bag bell at 8.35am.  It is important we adhere to these times, to ensure all children are in class on time.